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Q: What is a geometrical solid whose faces are polygons?
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Why do you need polyhedrons?

To study solid objects whose faces are all polygons.


What does the word poly hedron mean?

A polyhedron is a solid object all of whose faces are polygons.


A Solid formed by polygons whose base can be any polygon and the other faces are triangles is what?

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What is polyhedron crystal?

It is a crystal, all of whose faces are polygons.


A polyhedron whose faces are identical regular polygons?

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What is required for a polyhedron?

It is a 3-dimensional shape whose faces are all polygons.


How is a shape a polyhedron?

A polyhedron is a 3-dimensional shape whose faces are all polygons.


What is a polyhedron with two parallel congruent bases and other faces being parallelograms?

It is a prismoid - a prism-like solid whose lateral faces are not perpendicular to the bases.It is a prismoid - a prism-like solid whose lateral faces are not perpendicular to the bases.It is a prismoid - a prism-like solid whose lateral faces are not perpendicular to the bases.It is a prismoid - a prism-like solid whose lateral faces are not perpendicular to the bases.


What is meant by the word face in terms of platonic solid?

A platonic solid is a special kind of polyhedron. A polyhedron is a 3-D figure whose faces are polygons.In a platonic solid all faces are identical regular polygons. A polyhedron has faces, edges, and vertices. The numbers of each are related by Euler's formula, V+F=E+2


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One whose boundaries are straight lines.


What does polyhedron mean in elementary school?

Start with the definition of a polygon. A polygon is a 2-dimensional (flat) surface all of whose boundaries are straight lines. Then, a polyhedron is a 3-dimensional (solid) object all of whose faces are polygons.


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